Although the Commercial Property sector has historically lagged behind others in its investment in technology, there’s a silver lining: Unseized opportunity awaits businesses in this space looking to gain a competitive edge.
New technologies are currently being piloted and deployed to improve how buildings “perform” — not just environmentally, but also for their occupants and investors. The increasing availability of cost-effective alternatives to traditional sub-metering such as low cost sensors and Software Meters means that it’s now possible to access previously stranded data with the potential to inform and improve how buildings are managed.
It’s now easier to access data that, when brought into a single, intuitive software system, can facilitate improved outcomes around your usage of energy and natural resources (electricity, water, gas, solar PV), assets (HVAC equipment), and people (facility and operations managers, staff, and occupants). The increasing affordability of these solutions means deeper energy and operational management is now accessible to organizations with smaller, multi-site portfolios such as retail, fast food chains and bank branches.
We recently conducted a two-part webinar series with some of our trusted partners to highlight how some of these technologies work, how much they cost, and the results they are delivering now in the facility and operations space.
If you missed our webinar series, “Practical IoT: How to boost asset and facility performance” you can view the webinars online below.
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WEBINAR 1: Practical IoT for Water and Solar PV
WEBINAR 2: Practical IoT for the Built Environment: HVAC and Wellness